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IT IS probably Friedrich Nietzsche’s most famous quote: “What does not kill me makes me stronger,” and it holds true for Delorentos who have came through a gruelling couple of years to re-assert themselves in 2012 as a great indie-rock band delivering their finest album to date.
It shouldn’t be surprising that a visual artist is, well, visual. I can’t count the number of times cartoonist Donal Casey goes off to find a sketch or object, search the internet, or open a book to show me exactly what he means.
Plans to create more than 200 jobs will soon come to fruition after the go-ahead was given to a US online gaming giant to begin construction work and redevelopment of a site in Rahoon.
Kilkenny is set to further enhance its status as an age-friendly city this month as Ireland prepares to host the first international conference on positive ageing.
AWARD-WINNING Spanish dance company Aracaladanza are among the star attractions at next month’s Baboró festival with their latest production, Nubes (Clouds), inspired by the work of surrealist painter René Magritte.
CATHERINE DENEUVE, Antonio Banderas, Sean Penn, Brad Pitt, and Audrey Tautou are among the big name stars who will appear on screen during the Galway Film Society’s autumn/winter season.
Bloggers who write regularly for some of Spain’s most popular travel websites visited Co Westmeath recently, as guests of Tourism Ireland in Madrid.
TRACK DOGS, the new band name for the Garrett Wall Band, are coming back to Galway to play Monroe’s Live on Sunday at 10.30pm.
The Fourth Annual George Brown Commemoration will be held in Inistioge on Friday 24 and Saturday June 25.
AIDEN DOOLEY, creator of international hit show Tom Crean Antarctic Explorer, comes to the Town Hall next week with his acclaimed new play about the remarkable life of Gaelic chieftain O’Sullivan Beara.